Air Quality: Weather substantially affects air quality and respiratory health. Pollution and particle matter in poor air quality can worsen asthma and allergies.
Extreme heat and cold can harm health. Hot weather can cause heat-related ailments, while cold weather can cause hypothermia and respiratory problems.
High humidity makes it harder for the body to sweat, which can cause heat discomfort. Dehydration and respiratory pain can result from low humidity.
Sun Exposure: Prolonged exposure to bright sunlight, especially in hot weather, can cause sunburn and skin cancer.
Weather can affect mood and mental health. Seasonal depression may be influenced by decreasing sunlight.
Weather-related diseases: Changing weather patterns can alter the prevalence and spread of vector-borne diseases like mosquitoes and ticks that affect human health.
Hurricanes, floods, and wildfires can cause injuries, displacement, and trauma.
Pollen dispersal is affected by weather. Temperature and precipitation patterns alter allergy seasons, influencing respiratory allergy sufferers.